People with diabetes often experience poor circulation, putting them at increased risk for developing slow healing wounds. Our team of wound care experts can help you stay a step ahead and understand the risk factors for slow healing wounds so they don’t get worse. In addition to poor circulation, other risk factors for developing
Serious or slow healing wounds can make traveling for care difficult. Fortunately, we have wound care specialists right here in Hereford. When wounds don’t heal properly, they can develop into serious acute wounds or chronic wounds that take months or longer to fully heal. Underlying conditions such as poor circulation can cause wounds to heal
Community health care and school officials highlight health and wellness issues important to the region in an upcoming forum open to the public. Hereford Regional Medical Center and Hereford Independent School District Health Services will host a Women’s Lunch and Learn April 12 at 12 p.m. The event will be held at the Hereford
March 30 is Doctors’ Day, a day to celebrate and appreciate all our incredible physicians. Doctors’ Day is an opportunity to acknowledge and thank our physicians who care for our community in our hospital and clinic. And, it’s an opportunity to recognize doctors’ many medical advancements and their continuous efforts to improve modern health care.
The community paramedicine program at Hereford Regional Medical Center represents a significant investment in the health of our community. This program creates a team of paramedics, nurses, social workers, physicians, and respiratory therapists to provide care for patients after they have left the hospital. This team is designed to address any health care needs a
Deaf Smith County Hospital District is the recipient of a $62,500 donation from L’Allegra. These contributions by members of our community help assure high-quality health care in our community now and in the future. “We are so immensely grateful for L’Allegra’s continued support and generosity,” said Jeff Barnhart, CEO, Deaf Smith County Hospital District.
Each year, we take time to celebrate national nurses week (May 6-12) and national hospital week (May 8-14). The two events overlap by a couple of days. I think this is purposeful because hospitals can’t exist without nurses. Without nurses, hospitals couldn’t operate 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year.
Rural health care comes with its own set of special challenges. It is a unique part of the industry, and organizations in urban areas don't always deal with the same challenges we do. They also don't always benefit from the same kinds of opportunities we get in rural settings. One example of that is the
https://youtu.be/hwkBrOJ9AJ0 November 12, 2020 (Hereford, TX) – Hereford Regional Medical Center thanks L’Allegra for its generous donation of $22,000 to the hospital. The gift supported the purchase of equipment to help COVID-19 patients. With L’Allegra’s gift, HRMC purchased six additional vapotherm machines that deliver high-velocity oxygen and help patients avoid intubation and mechanical ventilation. “With